Los Cabos is a municipality located at the southern tip of Mexico´s Baja California Peninsula, in the state of Baja California Sur. It compasses the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo(the municipal city), as well as the resort corridor that lies between the two. The area's economy, like many resort areas in Mexico, was based on fishing but is now geared towards tourism. Sport fishing and golf are the area's main attractions and during the winter, tourists can enjoy the site, sometimes from their very own home, of whales that migrate to the area to mate and give birth to their young.
The municipality has a population of 238 - 487 inhabitants according to the 2010 census and has an area of 3,451.51 square kilometers (1,332.64 sq mi). Los Cabos presumes to have over 300–350 sunny days per year with its average temperature ranging from 62° F (17°C) in the winter to 95°F ( 35°C) in the summer. Los Cabos has a rainfall rate, which is due to hurricane season, of less than 10 inches (25cm). Hurricane season, in Los Cabos, is usually from August to October. Ranked second place in tourism, Los Cabos is now one of the most popular destinies in the country.
The Arc is a real reference point in Los Cabos and was recently declared by UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site.